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The Reid Lake Area is a little over 3,000 acres in size.
The forest in the area is primarily hardwoods and creates a small, remote, lake environment. The lake is a small, 13-acres, with a variety of fish.
Twelve miles of gently rolling trail will lead you around Reid lake. The trails are open for back-country skiing in the winter, and are not groomed. Difficulty on the trails ranges from easy to more difficult.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Managed season at trailheads is year-round. Trail is not groomed.|
|Operational Hours:||Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week unless otherwise posted.|
|Fees||Reid Lake M-72 Parking Recreation Enhancement Act Fee – Day Use –
Reid Lake Fowler Road Parking
|Permit Info:||Special Use Permit –
Visit the Passes and Permits section for more information on obtaining a special use permit.
|Open Season:||January 1|
|Restrictions:||Allowed – Nonmotorized Use – Hiking, Mechanized Equipment, except Bicycles; Nonmotorized Snow-use – Cross-country Skiing – Trail not groomed, Snowshoeing Prohibited – Motorized Vehicles, Motorized Over-snow Vehicles, Pack and Saddle Animals As a visitor to the National Forest, you are asked to follow certain rules designed to protect the Forest, natural resources and to provide for public safety of visitors. These rules are available to you on-line or at any office of the Huron-Manistee National Forests. Please take time to read and understand them. General Topic orders apply across the Forests. Applicable Orders –
|Closest Towns:||Harrisville, Curran, Barton City|
|Operated By:||Huron Shores Ranger Stranger – 5761 N. Skeel Rd., Oscoda, MI 48750|
|Reservation Info||No reservation needed. All sites are first come, first serve.|
|No. of Sites||Single: 9|
Lake and Pond Fishing
|Fish Species||Sunfish, Perch, Bass, Trout|
|Fishing Method||Fly, Pole|
|Fishing Mode||Boat, Shore, Wade|
|Water/Flow Level||Maximum depth: 38 feet|
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